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Awfully Good: Mr. Nanny

31 July 2012 7:26 PM, PDT | | See recent JoBlo news »

Let us pay our respect to the late Sherman Hemsley by cherishing his greatest cinematic work. Mr. Nanny (1993) Director: Michael Gottlieb Stars: Hulk Hogan, Sherman Hemsley, Madeline Zima A former wrestler gets hired as a bodyguard for a national security expert, only to be pawned off as a babysitter for his nightmarish kids. Mr. Nanny is not as great as Suburban Commando. Let's get that out of the way first. It doesn't feature the broad comedy of Hulk Hogan as a »

- Jason Adams

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The Sitter Review: A Disappointing Misuse of Jonah Hill

21 January 2012 10:29 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars

David Gordon Green has certainly had one of the more peculiar career trajectories of any young director, starting out with grimly effective dramas like George Washington and Snow Angels, before unleashing his uniquely caustic brand of comedy with the uneven Pineapple Express, and finally opting for the more conventional – not to mention hugely disappointing – fantasy jaunt Your Highness. His latest, The Sitter, though passable enough and mercifully short, never seems sure quite what it wants to be, and the jarring tonal shifts ensure it fails to sufficiently satisfy as either a rambunctious comedy or a nuanced character study.

It does at least get to the point quickly; Noah (Jonah Hill) is a suspended college student who, to ensure his mother can go out on her first date in years, babysits the neighbours’ three kids. They are equivocally an odd bunch – there’s the self-indulgent, angsty teenage »

- Shaun Munro

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